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Book Title: Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks Blogs Reviews Memoir and More|
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The author of the book: Dianne Jacob
Edition: Da Capo Press
Date of issue: July 27th 2010
ISBN 13: 9780738214177
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The success of Julie & Julia highlights the newest trend in food writing: blogging. Noted journalist and food-writing instructor Dianne Jacob has revised her award-winning book to include a chapter covering all the how-to's of food blogging as well as updated resources and new information on working in other wildly popular genres, namely cookbooks and food memoirs. Incredibly timely, this new edition of Will Write for Food is the must-have for every foodie who wants to put pen to pageaor hands to keyboard.
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Read information about the authorDianne Jacob is the author of Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Reviews, Memoir, and More. The first edition won the Cordon D’Or International award for Best Literary Food Reference Book in 2005. The second edition won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award in 2010 for best book in the USA in its category. The third edition came out July 15, 2015, and featured a new chapter on making money.
Dianne is co-author of the cookbook Grilled Pizzas & Piadinas, with chef Craig Priebe. Rizzoli will publish a second cookbook she co-authored with Priebe, The United States of Pizza, in September 2015. She is also the writer of a Time Inc. cookbook, The Good Pantry, published in May 2015.
Previously a newspaper, magazine, and publishing company editor-in-chief, Dianne became a full-time writing coach, author, and freelance editor in 1996. She coaches writers across the US, Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Asia on book proposals and writing and publishing books, freelance articles, and blogs. Some of the most prestigious book publishers in the US, including Chronicle Books; Clarkson Potter; Little, Brown & Co.; Ten Speed Press; Stewart, Tabori & Chang; WW Norton & Co., and William Morrow have published books by her clients. She also edits cookbook manuscripts for publishers and helps authors through the publishing process.
Her blog, Will Write for Food, covers food writing trends and technique, particularly in recipe writing and blogging. The New York Times, Publishers’ Weekly, Chow, Eater, BlogHer, and Food52 News have linked to her posts. She started the blog in 2009.
Dianne has taught many classes on food writing, including at the Smithsonian Institute and UCLA’s Journalism Department. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. For five years she ran the annual Food Writing Symposium at Book Passage in Corte Madera, CA. She has been a speaker and workshop leader at the Association of Food Journalists’ annual conference, at BlogHer and BlogHer Food, the International Food Blogger Conference, Food Blog South, Food Bloggers of Canada, and at the International Association of Culinary Professionals’ annual conference. She has also been the keynote speaker at Eat.Drink.Blog, the Australian food blogger conference, and has taught writing workshops in Vancouver, London, and Dubai.
Dianne judges books for the James Beard Foundation and for the International Association of Culinary Professionals annual cookbook awards. She has also been a judge for the Bert Greene Award for Food Journalism. A feature she wrote about food blogs was a finalist for a Bert Greene award in 2007.
A published writer since 1975, Dianne has written for Lucky Peach, Writer’s Digest, Salon.com and the Ms. magazine blog, among others. She was the Joseph Hoare Gastronomic Writer in Residence for 2013 at the Stratford Chef’s School in Canada.
See her website, www.diannej.com, for more information.